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Bengals Officially Promote Ken Zampese To Offensive Coordinator

The Cincinnati Bengals officially promoted QB coach Ken Zampese

 to offensive coordinator.

Zampese will replace Hue Jackson, who agreed to become the next head coach of the Browns.

The Bengals have lost multiple offensive coordinators in the past few years to head-coaching jobs, so it will be interesting to see if there’s any impact on their offensive production in 2016.

Zampese, 48, began his NFL coaching career with the Eagles as an offensive assistant. He later had stints with the Packers and Rams before being hired by the Bengals back in 2003 as their QBs coach.